The Abingdon County Hall Museum was relaunched at 11.45am on 7 July 2012 with three floors of new exhibitions. Outside the museum, Martha Howe-Douglas, star of Horrible Histories, cut the ribbon to open the museum. She then signed Horrible Histories books.
Abingdon County Hall Museum was officially reopened following the completion of the Heritage Lottery funded refurbishment of the Grade I Listed building by H.R.H. The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO on 8th March 2013.
For information related to the museum, see:
See MG at Abingdon Museum, a BBC news report on YouTube.
See also The New Museum information for past reports.
The County Hall Museum was part of HM The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations with bun throwing from the roof of the County Hall on Sunday 3rd June at 6pm, with ticketed guided tours on Monday 4th June.